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February 18, 2020

AGA leaders help you build your GI practice

Building leadership skills and maintaining a work-life balance are just some of the topics that will be covered at the free Regional Practice Skills Workshop.
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GI programs prepare you to be a gastroenterologist, but may not help you build a successful career. Former AGA Presidents John Allen, MD, MBA, AGAF, and David Lieberman, MD, AGAF, FACG, will share their knowledge with you during the free Regional Practice Skills Workshop on March 21, 2020, in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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Dr. Allen will lead a session on work-life balance, and Dr. Lieberman will lead a session on building leadership skills. Watch a recent video by Dr. Lieberman on leadership to get a taste of what he will share. Other distinguished GIs hosting workshop sessions include:
  • John M. Carethers, MD, AGAF
  • Anna Lok, MD, AGAF
  • John Del Valle, MD, AGAF, FACP
  • Pratima Sharma, MD
  • Elliot Tapper, MD
  • Joan Chen, MD, MS
Can’t join us on March 21 in Ann Arbor? AGA will host a second Regional Practice Skills Workshop on April 15, 2020, in Philadelphia. AGA Governing Board members and University of Pennsylvania clinicians Michael Kochman, MD, and Gary Wu, MD, will participate in the workshop’s career panel discussions. Other influential faculty in Philadelphia include:
  • Meena Bewtra, MD, PhD, MSCE
  • Brian Copeland, DO
  • Animesh Jain, MD
  • Amitpal Johal, MD
  • Jeff Retig, MD
  • David Schiller, JD
  • Mark Sostek, MD, AGAF
  • Christina Tofani, MD
Being successful as a fellow or early career GI often means providing superlative patient care and conducting cutting-edge research. AGA also wants GIs to be successful at the business of advancing their careers. Get started on both goals by joining us in Ann Arbor or Philadelphia.
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